Blueprint for Student Success

BLUEprint for Student Success


BLUEprint is a student success plan designed to promote student’s intellectual, social, spiritual, and personal development with the knowledge, dispositions, and skills needed to thrive at Holy Family and in life after college.


 The 3-Year BLUEprint for Student Success enables students to embody Holy Family University’s Core Values of Respect, Integrity, Service, Responsibility, Learning, and Vision as principles for continued success beyond the college years.


The 3-Year BLUEprint for Student Success’ mission empowers students to be intentional in their educational journey. Students participate in activities that heighten their sense of belonging, enhance academic success, promote overall wellness, engage with faculty/staff/administrators and the external community through conversations and resource opportunities at pivotal moments through the lifecycle of the student.

Course Goals

1st Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

Transition successfully into university life at Holy Family University.

Persist with determination on the path to degree completion


Navigate with confidence senior year and life after degree completion

Student Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  1. Identify the skills and knowledge needed to be college-level learners.
  2. Select and utilize appropriate HFU resources, policies & procedures.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to listen and engage respectfully with others. 
  4. Examine HFU’s Mission & Core Values and how they shape meaning and behavior.
  5. Analyze the impact of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the HFU Community
  6. Evaluate the core skills required for critical thinking within the General Education Program.
  7. Access information efficiently and effectively through technology.
  8. Develop an artifact that demonstrates a carefully constructed reflection on the course learning outcomes.


Students will:

  1. Analyze metacognition to improve the process of learning and its associated outcomes.
  2. Evaluate optimal learning opportunities within and beyond the HFU community.   
  3. Demonstrate student/facilitator engagement and problem solving.   
  4. Examine how HFU’s mission and values support diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  5. Apply critical thinking and planning skills to clarify major and career goals.
  6. Evaluate the academic and mental health efficacy of ‘Mindfulness’ & a ‘Growth Mindset’
  7. Evaluate technological resources as a means of supporting goals and aspirations.
  8. Develop an artifact that demonstrates a carefully constructed reflection on the course learning outcomes related to overcoming challenges.

Students will:

  1. Describe the criteria for a viable personal financial plan.
  2. Evaluate post-BA employment and/or graduate school options.
  3. Demonstrate student/facilitator engagement as part of future planning.  
  4. Apply critical thinking skills required for designing the Capstone Portfolio.  
  5. Examine how the mission and values of HFU fosters continued lifelong transformation.  
  6. Establish what it means to commit to diversity, equity, and inclusion.   
  7. Provide evidence of technology's influences on culture, society, and the environment.
  8. Develop an artifact that demonstrates a carefully constructed reflection on the course learning outcomes related to senior year and life after graduation.